AMD EPYC “Genoa” and “Turin” rumored to support a new SP6 socket, Genoa-X also planned

Published: 13th May 2022, 12:46 GMT   Comments

Leaked roadmaps suggest AMD EPYC Zen4 Genoa and Zen5 Turin will support SP5 and new SP6 socket, Genoa-X also planned

AdoredTV leaked roadmaps for next-gen AMD EPYC series.

In a video posted on YouTube, the leaker shared two roadmaps for the EPYC 7004 and 7005 series. The slides posted mention a new type of socket called SP6. Assuming that the slides are legit, it would appear that SP6 socket would support fewer CXL lanes and 6-channel memory, whereas the SP5 would be for more powerful configurations.

Furthermore, the Zen4 for SP6 socket would be limited to 70-225W range and 32-core Zen4/64 core Zen4c configurations. Meanwhile, SP5 would support full 96-core Zen4 and 128-core Zen4c Genoa and Bergamo CPUs. The SP5 systems would operate in 200 to 400W range.

AMD EPYC 2021-2023 Roadmap, Source: AdoredTV

This is the first ‘leak’ on Genoa-X, which has been rumored before. The roadmap suggest that Genoa-X’s production would start in late Q3 2023, and it would act as a stop gap between Turin. Genoa-X would be a successor to Milan-X, which is AMD’s first data-center CPU architecture with innovative 3D V-Cache.

AMD EPYC SP5 & SP6 Roadmap, Source: AdoredTV

The SP6 socket is also listed for Genoa-X as a Density & Performance per Watt optimized platform. A single socket installations with fewer PCIe Gen5 and CXL lanes would power telecommunications and edge systems that do not require so much power.

AMD EPYC Genoa-X Roadmap, Source: AdoredTV

RUMORED AMD EPYC Processor Series Specifications
VideoCardz7003 “Milan”
7003 “Milan-X” (*)
7004 “Genoa”
7004 “Genoa-X” (*)
7004 “Bergamo”7005 “Turin”7006 “Venice”
Launch2021202220222023/20242024/2025
Architecture7nm Zen35nm Zen45nm Zen4cZen5Zen6
SocketSP3 (LGA4094)SP5 (LGA-6096)
SP6 (LGA-????)
SP5 (LGA-6096)
SP6 (LGA-????)
SP5 (LGA-6096)
SP6 (LGA-????)
TBC
Modules/Chiplets8xCCD + 1xIOD12xCCD + 1xIOD12xCCD + 1xIODTBCTBC
Max Cores64C / 128T96C / 192T128C / 256T256C / 512TTBC
L2 Cache Per Core0.5 MB1 MBTBCTBCTBC
L3 Cache Per CCX32 MB / 96 MB (*)32 MB / ?? MB (*)TBCTBCTBC
Memory Channels8-channel12-channel (SP5)
6-channel (SP6)
12-channel (SP5)
6-channel (SP6)
12-channel (SP5)
6-channel (SP6)
TBC
Memory SupportDDR4-3200DDR5-5200DDR5-5200DDR5-6000TBC
PCIe Lanes128x Gen4160x Gen5 (SP5)
96x Gen5 (SP6)
160x Gen5 (SP5)
96x Gen5 (SP6)
TBCTBC
Max cTDP280W200-400W (SP5)
70-225W (SP6)
200-400W (SP5)
70-225W (SP6)
TBCTBC

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